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DISASSEMBLY - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_248
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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 punch to press out remaining portion of the rivet. NOTE Never   use   chisel   to   cut   off   rivet   heads   or damage to differential case might result. Fig.  13  Separating Differential Case Halves Fig.  14  Component Parts of Differential Case 5. When   reinstalling   ring   gear,   it   is   suggested   that Riveting Fixture SE-2222 be used.  This special tool is     designed     for     use     with     either     hydraulic     or mechanical   press   equipment.      Rivet   pressures   for ring  gear  installation  should  be  in  accordance  with those given in the following chart. Fig.  15  Drive Gear Rivet Removal Rivet Size Pressure Per Rivet Inch              mm U.S.  Tons/Metric Tons 7/16 11.1125 18-20 16.3-18.1 1/2 12.7 20-25 18.1-22.7 5/8 15.8750 45-50 40.8-45.3 Remove Pinion and Cage from Differential Housing There  are  two  methods  for  removing  the  pinion  and cage  assembly  and  the  method  to  be  used  will  depend  on whether  puller  screw  holes  have  been  provided  in  the  pinion cage flange or not.  When no puller screw holes are provided, removal is as follows: 1. Remove pinion cage capscrews which hold the cage to the differential carrier. 2. Remove     pinion     and     cage     assembly     from     the differential carrier, Fig. 16. Fig.  16  Removing Pinion and Cage Assembly CTS-2095S-CHAPTER I-Page 7 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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